NEW YORK — A new sitcom about a gay man who finds himself in love with a woman he meets at a bar in the middle of the night has made its premiere on CBS.
The new sitcom, “Gay-Faced,” was developed by The CW, a division of CBS, and features the voices of Matt Walsh, Ryan Giggs, Dan Harmon, Justin Long, Mike Schur and Justin Timberlake.
The sitcom, which is set to air later this year, follows Joe, a gay, transgender man who’s living in San Francisco, where he meets an attractive woman named Katie (played by the comedian and singer, Lauren Laverne).
Katie has a lot of gay friends, and Joe is also a lesbian.
He is also the son of a gay couple.
Joe is living with his parents and his best friend in San Fransisco, where they’re both in a relationship.
Katie, on the other hand, is living in a gay bar in Manhattan and Joe’s been dating a man named Sam (played in the pilot by Adam Scott).
Sam is a trans man who is gay and has his own gay friends.
Joe is in love, but Sam is not.
They start dating but the relationship eventually turns sour.
Sam decides to move in with Joe, who is living at home with his mother.
The episode ends with Joe and Katie moving out of their apartment, while Sam stays behind in San Fran.
“Gay-friendly” is a term that has come up in recent years as people grapple with the way people have come to identify as gay.
For years, the terms “straight” and “gay” have been the default terms used to describe people who identify as LGBTQ.
But the new show does not use those terms, and instead focuses on Joe and his relationship with Katie.
The sitcom also follows Sam, who finds the gay community to be inclusive and welcoming, and also to be the kind of person who’s willing to take the leap into finding out who he is.
Joe has his parents’ support and is happy to share his story, and the show has a strong LGBT audience that will hopefully see the show on a regular basis.
CBS has been a strong supporter of LGBT equality and inclusion through the show.
The network is airing the pilot in its entirety and plans to introduce the series as a full series when it debuts in 2017.
The pilot is available to stream on the CW TV channel starting April 2.
This story originally appeared in the May 1 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
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